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Simon’s Nursery Reveal [A Bright & Bold Room for Baby #2]

Simon's nursery | bright and bold baby boy nursery | navy green and gray little boy room | This is our Bliss | www,thisisourbliss.com

Now that Simon has arrived and I have finished taking pictures of the nursery, I am finally ready to show you!

If you’ve been reading over here then you know I have been working on this room for months… back in March I was creating the ever-evolving, never-ending checklist which I am proud to say is completed and I couldn’t be happier with how the room turned out. Simon will be sleeping in a bassinet in our room for awhile, but having the room done & ready is such a good feeling.
We change him on the changing pad in his room throughout the night… & T and I have both sat in the glider to rock him to sleep… His little outfits are hung up in the closet & folded in the drawers…And the art and photos are hanging [untouched for now!] on his cute little pegboard gallery wall.
It is definitely a happy place for us (and Simon, too, I hope)!

Simon's nursery | bright and bold baby boy nursery | navy green and gray little boy room | This is our Bliss | www,thisisourbliss.com
The walls were gray to start with & after removing the guest bed, dresser & nightstand, it was go-time!  If you remember my mood / inspiration board for the nursery, I decided to go with navy, green & gray as the color scheme.  I wanted a bright and bold look and achieved this through mixing fun patterns & textures!

Scroll through to view the nursery photos and be sure to check out the bottom of the post for a full source list!

E N J O Y !
Baby boy nursery | little boy room | navy, lime green and gray nursery | This is our Bliss

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How to DIY nursery mobile | Baby boy nursery | little boy room | navy, lime green and gray nursery | This is our Bliss

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Nursery closet details

Marquee S wall details

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Simon's Nursery Reveal

 Source List

[affiliate links were used]

DIY Projects:

  • Striped Curtains – Tutorial here
  • Big Brother Art – DIY Project (post coming soon)
  • Silver Dinosaurs – Tutorial here
  • Lampshade – Tutorial here
  • A to Z Bookends – Tutorial here
  • Mobile – Tutorial here
  • “S” Marquee Sign – Tutorial here
  •  Pegboard Gallery Wall – more info here | full tutorial here

Closet Details:

  • IKEA PAX closet frame – IKEA (***Read more on the closet here & here)
  • 4 Komplement drawers – IKEA
  • 4 Komplement shelves – IKEA
  • IKEA PAX Shelves x 4 (cut to size for above clothing rods) – IKEA
  • Closet clothing rod holders – Amazon
  • Wooden dowel rods x 4 (cut to size) – Lowes
  • Metal Drawer label holders – Amazon
  • Clothing dividers – Amazon [DIY Project: scrapbook paper + modge podge]
  • Baby hangers – Dollar Tree
  • Navy & White Striped plastic bins – Target
  • Teal plastic bins (on floor) – Target
  • Teal plastic cube / milk crate [Target, similar here & here]
  • Navy & white decorative suitcase – Target
  • Teal box w/ chalkboard label – Target
  • Empty white frame – IKEA
  • Bin & crate labels – DIY Project [scrapbook paper + laminator + velcro]
  • Paint – Valspar “Can’t Miss Lime” – more info here

Various Storage & Accessories:

Furniture:

Bedding:

NURSERY PROJECTS:

Don’t forget to pin for later!

Simon's nursery | bright and bold baby boy nursery | navy green and gray little boy room | This is our Bliss | www,thisisourbliss.com


WANT MORE NURSERY GOODNESS? SEE BELOW FOR OTHER POSTS YOU’RE SURE TO LOVE!:

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Little boy nursery pegboard gallery wall - DIY nursery decor - navy green & gray - This is our BlissNursery Pegboard Gallery Wall
DIY Playroom Reading Nook + no sew Bench seat cushion + DIY shelvesDIY Playroom Reading Nook

KID BIRTHDAY PARTY IDEAS:

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Summer Books & BBQ Birthday Bash
Welcome to the Jungle - Safari style soiree - 1st birthday party - safari style party - This is our blissSafari Soirée
ABC 123 Party Details - abc 123 birthday party - kid's party - alphabet birthday - this is our blissABC’s & 123’s Party
1st birthday par-tee! - golf-themed birthday party - club sandwiches - yogurt par-fait bar - golf cookies - This is our BlissBirthday Par-Tee!


 If you have any questions about anything you see in this post, please leave a comment on this post or you can email me at thisisourbliss@gmail.com.  I would love to hear from you!  To see future posts and other areas of our house I am going to be working on, follow my blog by email!

As always, thanks for reading!

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            That’s reassuring. At least I know I’m on the right track then. I would love to share the finished product with you. Hopefully it will be done soon considering he’s due today, but I’m still tying up some loose ends. I’ll email you some pictures when it’s all wrapped up though. I actually found your blog by searching navy and lime green nursery on pinterest so you’ll see some familiar projects in there for sure but don’t worry I didn’t copy everything, haha! Thanks again for all your help. 🙂

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            I would absolutely love to see all of your projects – please do share!! Projects take some time & there is nothing wrong with finishing up after baby’s arrival 🙂 I hope all is well with you and your family. Take care & thanks so much for reading! ~ Rachael

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    Rachael, this is just beyond adorable!! The fun colors and mix of pattern is perfect, I would be hanging out in there with your precious little Simon every chance I could! Congrats and enjoy this special time with your newborn!

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      wow! Thanks, Pam! I am so thrilled to hear from you 🙂 I adore your blog… your style is beautiful and I am in love with so many of your projects. I so appreciate you taking the time to check out my post on Mr. Simon’s nursery. It really does mean a lot. Thanks again, Rachael

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    Oh my gosh, this nursery is SOOOO adorable!! I love love love the navy and white with lots of cheery lime green. That closet!!! The little hanging outfits! Also the curtains are just awesome, and the pegboard for a gallery wall!! Welcome to the world baby Simon. Thanks for sharing his room at Best of the Nest, Rachael!

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      Thank you, Lisa! This was my first time linking up with you lovely gals & I’m so glad I did! I appreciate you checking out my nursery post so much 🙂 it was such a fun space to create… I loved starting with a blank canvas… With an older brother, Simon will never want for an outfit! Thank you again for your sweet note. ~ Rachael

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    Love the nursery!!! Such a special room for such a sweet baby…Congratulations to all of you

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      Thanks, Cindy! Thanks for reading 🙂

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    Love this Rach! We’re thinking about the same color scheme for our nursery. It turned out great!

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      Thank you! The colors were fun & easy to work with… There’s a lot of great things out there to pick & choose from to use in a baby’s room in those colors 🙂 good luck with your little guy’s room!

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    Awesome!!! So proud of you!

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    Love the room! It is absolutely darling! Love you and love my grandsons 🙂

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      Aww thanks, mom 🙂 We all love you too! Can’t wait for you to get here!!

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    June 1, 2014 at 9:26 AM

    Great work! Very creative! Love it!

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    June 1, 2014 at 9:11 AM

    I love his room! I love all the detail you put into it, the colors and the pictures! Great job! It is perfect! Such a fun, happy room filled with love 🙂

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      Thanks, Lena! That’s just the type of room I was going for 🙂

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    Amazing!! You are so talented!

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      Thanks, Jod!! 🙂

  • Marcy
    June 1, 2014 at 7:58 AM

    Simons room is perfect. Well thought out, both design and function. He’s sure to enjoy it for many years to come.

    • rbliefnick
      June 1, 2014 at 8:17 AM

      Thanks, Marcy! I so appreciate you taking time to read my post & leave such a nice comment. Please stop by again! Thank you ~ Rachael